Cyrille


Cyrille

Cyrille can be a given name, a surname, or part of the name of a place. It may refer to:

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Cyrille as a given name

  • Cyrille, fictional character in the Playstation 2 action role-playing game Shining Force EXA
  • Cyrille Adoula (1921–1978), Congolese politician who served as Premier of the Republic of the Congo (1961–1964)
  • Cyrille Bara, pornography director and husband of pornographic film actress Céline Bara
  • Cyrille Beaudry (1835–1904), Canadian priest and educator
  • Cyrille Florent Bella (born 1975), Cameroonian football player (senior career from 1998) who was a member of the Cameroonian national team (1997 and 2003)
  • Jean-Cyrille Guesnon de Bonneuil, married name of Michelle de Bonneuil (1748–1829), French overseas agent during the French Revolution and First French Empire
  • Cyrille Carré (born 1984), French Olympic canoeist and 2007 ICF Canoe Sprint World Champion in the K-2 1000 m event
  • Cyrille-Hector-Octave Côté (1809–1850), physician who served in the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada and went on to be ordained as a Baptist minister
  • Cyrille Courtin (born 1971), French football player (senior career 1989–2003)
  • Cyrille-Fraser Delâge (1869–1957), Canadian notary and political figure who served in the Legislative Assembly of Quebec (1901–1916) including as Speaker (1912–1916)
  • Cyrille Diabaté (born 1973), French mixed martial arts fighter and kickboxer
  • Cyrille Dion (1843–1878) ("the Bismarck of Billiards"), Canadian champion player of pool and billiards
  • Depri Cyrille Leandre Domoraud (aka Cyril Domoraud) (born 1971), Ivorian football player (senior career 1992–2008) who played for the Cote d'Ivoire national team (1995–2006)
  • Cyrille Doyon (1842–1918), merchant, farmer and politician who served in the Canadian House of Commons (1887–1891) and in the Legislative Assembly of Quebec (1892–1897)
  • Cyrille Dumaine (1897–1946), Canadian politician from Quebec
  • Cyrille Estève (aka "Cyrille the Spoonman"), busker in the city of Montreal in Canada
  • Octave-Cyrille Fortier (1810–1872 or later), Canadian physician and politician who served in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of Canada (1854–1861)
  • François-Cyrille Grange (born 1983), French alpine skier and Winter Olympian
  • Cyrille Guimard (born 1947), French professional road bicycle racer (1968–1976) and later sporting director / team manager (from 1976)
  • Cyrille Mubiala Kitambala (born 1974), Congolese football player (senior career from 1998) who joined the Congolese national team in 2002
  • Johan Cyrille Corneel Vande Lanotte (born 1955), Belgian politician and Member of the Senate (from 2007)
  • Cyrille Pierre Théodore Laplace (1793–1875), French navigator who circumnavigated the globe on board La Favorite
  • Cyrille Magnier (born 1969), French football player (senior career 1987–2005)
  • Cyrille Makanaky (born 1965), Cameroonian football player (senior career 1984–1997) who played in the Cameroonian national team (1987–1992)
  • Cyrille Makanda (born 1980), Cameroonian-Russian basketball player who competes internationally for Cameroon
  • Arthur Cyrille Albert Malouin (1857–1936), Canadian lawyer and politician who served in the Canadian House of Commons (1898–1905), as a Judge of the Quebec Superior Court (1905–1924), and as a Justice of the Supreme Court (1924)
  • Cyrille Mangan (born 1976), Cameroonian football player (senior career 1996–2008) who was a member of the Cameroonian national team (1996–1998)
  • Cyrille Merville (born 1982), French football player (senior career from 1999)
  • Albert-Marie Joseph Cyrille de Monléon (born 1937), former Bishop of Pamiers (1988–1999) and current Bishop of Meaux (from 1999)
  • Cyrille Monnerais (born 1983), French professional road bicycle racer
  • Joseph Cyrille Ndo (born 1976), Cameroonian football player (senior career from 1997) who was a member of the Cameroonian national team (1998–2002)
  • Cyrille Neveu (born 1973), Long Distance Triathlon World Champion (2002) who established the Alpe d'Huez Triathlon in 2006
  • Cyrille Pouget (born 1972), French football player (senior career, 1994–2006) who played on the French national team in 1996
  • Cyrille Regis (born 1958), French-born footballer (senior career 1977–1996) who played for the English national team (1982–1987)
  • Cyrille Rose (1830–1902/3?), French clarinet teacher and composer of clarinet pedagogical material still in wide use
  • Cyrille Sauvage (born 1973), French racecar driver who has competed in International Formula 3000 and Porsche Supercup series and won Formula Renault Championships in 1995
  • Cyrille Sevin, French three-times World Champion at the strategic board game Diplomacy, recorded in the International prize list of Diplomacy
  • Cyrille Thouvenin, actor, who played the character of Laurent in the French television drama Just a Question of Love (film)
  • Cyrille Émile Vaillancourt (1848–1912), physician and political figure who served in the Canadian House of Commons (1891–1896)
  • Cyrille Vaillancourt (1892–1969), journalist, civil servant, businessman and political figure who served in the Legislative Council of Quebec (1943–1944) and the Canadian Senate(1944–1969)
  • Cyrille van Effenterre, current President of the IDEA League, a strategic alliance of five of Europe's leading universities of technology
  • Cyrille van Hauwaert (1883–1974), Belgian professional road bicycle racer who won classics including Bordeaux–Paris (1907 and 1909), Milan–San Remo (1908), and Paris–Roubaix (1908)
  • Cyrille van Hoof, housemate in the first season of Big Brother 1999 (Netherlands)
  • Cyrille Verbrugge (1866–1929), Belgian Olympic fencer
  • Cyrille Verdeaux, leader of the progressive rock band Clearlight (French band)
  • Cyrille Watier (born 1972), French football player (senior career 1994–2007)

Cyrille as a surname

Cyrille as a place name

  • Saint-Cyrille-de-Lessard, Quebec, a parish municipality in Quebec, Canada
  • Saint-Cyrille-de-Wendover, Quebec, a town located alongside the Rivière des Saults in the Drummond Regional County Municipality of Quebec, Canada

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  • Cyrille — ist ein sowohl weiblicher wie (überwiegend) männlicher Vorname[1][2] ursprünglich griechischer Herkunft (Kyrillos) mit der Bedeutung „der Herrliche“, der vor allem im französischen Sprachraum auftritt. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Bekannte Namensträger 1 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Cyrille — m, f French form of CYRIL (SEE Cyril), now also occasionally used in the English speaking world, sometimes as a elaborated spelling variant and sometimes as a feminine form …   First names dictionary

  • Cyrille — (saint), dit le Philosophe (v. 827 869) originaire de Salonique. Avec son frère Méthode, il évangélisa les Slaves, en partic. ceux de Moravie. La tradition lui attribue la paternité de l alphabet cyrillique alors que la traduction en slavon de la …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Cyrille — Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Cyrille est un nom propre qui se réfère à : Sommaire 1 Prénom et son origine 1.1 Variantes linguistiques …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Cyrille — I Provenance. Vient du grec kurios Signifie : divin, maître Se fête le 18 mars. Histoire. Saint Cyrille fut évêque de Jérusalem au IVème siècle. Il écrit les catéchèses , enseignement destiné au futurs chrétiens. Auteur de plusieurs ouvrages… …   Dictionnaire des prénoms français, arabes et bretons

  • Cyrille — (18 mars) • Cyrille de Jérusalem (18 mars) (18 mars), né en 315, prêtre vers 345, puis évêque de Jérusalem en 348, mort en 386. Patriarche de Jérusalem, proclamé Docteur de l Eglise par le pape Léon XIII. Il eut à lutter contre les ariens, qui le …   Dictionnaire des saints

  • cyrille — pm. Srile (Saxel) …   Dictionnaire Français-Savoyard

  • Cyrille Et Méthode — Icône de Cyrille et Méthode Cyrille ou Constantin le Philosophe, (né vers 827 828 à Thessalonique (Salonique) et décédé le 14 mars 869 à Rome) et son frère Méthode, évêque de Sirmium (né vers 815 820 à Thessalonique et décédé le 6 avril 885 en… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Cyrille et Methode — Cyrille et Méthode Icône de Cyrille et Méthode Cyrille ou Constantin le Philosophe, (né vers 827 828 à Thessalonique (Salonique) et décédé le 14 mars 869 à Rome) et son frère Méthode, évêque de Sirmium (né vers 815 820 à Thessalonique et décédé… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Cyrille et méthode — Icône de Cyrille et Méthode Cyrille ou Constantin le Philosophe, (né vers 827 828 à Thessalonique (Salonique) et décédé le 14 mars 869 à Rome) et son frère Méthode, évêque de Sirmium (né vers 815 820 à Thessalonique et décédé le 6 avril 885 en… …   Wikipédia en Français